> That's a strange leap of logic for not recommending a book. Of course
> there is no discussion of his literary career: this, and "Street" are the
> _basis_ for his later career, and much more apropos, in some ways, than
> recent Dennis McMillan collection of Willeford's non-fiction.
> Then again, both Something About A Soldier _and_ Crumley's One to Count
> Cadence have a special resonance for me;
thanks for responding, bill. i've seen crumley's name come up
several times before. i've got to hit amazon and see what
they have of his. i hope he's still in print. a lot of the
older classics mentioned here are hard to get.
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